We were so very kindly sent a pair of Sockatoos for Adalena. We received a grey pair of joggers with pink drawstrings and back pocket and pink toes and heels on the socks.
Sockatoos are joggers with built in socks, I don’t know about you, but we are forever losing socks where they fall off in the pram or carseat or Adalena pulls them off without me noticing – with Sockatoos you don’t have to worry about lost socks or chilly toes!
Sockatoos have a nice quality feel to them, I don’t usually like joggers for my little ones but these are a nice fit on Adalena and look smart with a matching pink long sleeve bodysuit.
We chose the 9-12 month size as that is what Adalena is currently wearing, and the Sockatoos are true to size compared to our other 9-12 month trousers. They are nice fit around her tiny waist, and have an adjustable drawstring so should fit most babies.
The Sockatoos have handy little grippers on the bottom of the socks to prevent slipping on hard floors and give a helping hand to those babies that are less stable on their feet.
The Sockatoos joggers are soft against Adalena’s skin and comfortable to wear, she can move around freely in them – something I look for when buying clothing for my little ones.
One great advantage of Sockatoos is that due to the built in socks, there is no chilly gap between trousers and socks when Adalena is in the baby carrier – this is brilliant in the cold weather we are having recently – and I don’t have to worry about her socks falling off while we are out and about in the carrier too.
Sockatoos joggers are made from 100% cotton and can be machine washed and tumble dried for convenience.
Sockatoos joggers come in a range of colours, and there is also a jeans range with built in socks too.
You can find out more about Sockatoos on their website